Day two of I.M. Chait Gallery‘s upcoming sale will feature a selection of Korean celadon ceramics. Celadon ceramics are typified by their jade-like color and smooth glaze. First produced in ancient China, celadon ceramics quickly gained popularity across Korea and Asia. Initially, the Korean celadon ceramics were relatively crude, but by the 12th century C.E., Korean pieces were considered the finest. Among the celadon ceramics in this sale is a Korean glazed vase with a dark blue floral theme.
A Rolex Zenith Patrizzi Daytona watch will also be featured in the upcoming event. In 2005, the Italian auctioneer Osvaldo Patrizzi recognized that the sub-dials of the Rolex Zenith Daytona ref. 16520 change color over time. Rolex used Zapon, an organic varnish, on Zenith Daytona dials made between 1994 and 1995. Undetected at the time, the Zapon did not fully cover the dial, resulting in the oxidation of the tracks. These color changes are progressive and do not settle with time, making the dials unique. Later, Rolex renamed Zenith Daytona to Rolex Zenith Patrizzi Daytona. Other available Rolex pieces include Sea-Dweller, GMT Master II, and Submariner watches. Those interested in these lots can register to bid on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:521
Price Range:$40 - $30,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Rolex REF. 16520 Zenith Patrizzi Daytona|| Estimate: |
|Patek Philippe 5035J Annual Calendar|| Estimate: |
|Watercolor by William Trost Richards|| Estimate: |
|Korean Celadon Glazed Cosmetic Bottle|| Estimate: |
|Pair Chinese Polychrome Glazed Pottery Qilin|| Estimate: |